3000 E Via Mondo
3000 E Via Mondo
Rancho Dominguez, CA 90221
Los Angeles 3PL Logistics Services: Consolidation, Deconsolidation, Truckload, Drayage, Store Delivery, Dedicated Fleet, DC Bypass, and Distribution
The 3000 E Via Mondo Street terminal is located in Rancho Dominguez, California, which is only a couple of miles from the Carob terminals that are located in Compton, California. This facility expands to 150,000 square feet, and has 56 dock doors for trailers and containers.
The Via Mondo terminal hosts the West Coast driver recruitment offices. Each driver has to go through an extensive screening process before being hired, and the dedicated recruitment team work alongside the safety department to ensure that only drivers that meet the high company standards are permitted to drive for National Retail Transportation, Inc. and Keystone Freight Corp.
This Los Angeles warehouse is located 10 miles from the Los Angeles and Long Beach Ports. The container management system includes a first in-line automated pickup scheduling, milestone alerts, and empty notifications for dispatchers and yard management personnel to actively respond and manage containers.
This facility is spearheading the company’s sustainability efforts by piloting the zero emissions electric drayage trucks program exclusively for IKEA. The electric drayage tractors run 100 percent on electric charge and use zero fuel. The range of the tractors is up to 100 miles. Before starting this program for IKEA, the 3000 E Via Mondo terminal underwent significant infrastructure updates to accommodate the “ElecTruck” by building energy charging stations.
NRS’ Los Angeles locations are ideally positioned to handle all your 3PL service needs. NRS has the assets and capacity to handle your peak freight volumes. We provide all the 3PL services you require to move your freight from port to the store shelf.
NRS’ Via Mondo campus is located in Compton, CA and has easy access to the 91 Freeway. NRS has additional facilities close by in the Compton area as well as the Inland Empire.